Apr 29, 2011

Still life with breads

There will be a new exhibition of my miniatures on 14th May. Since I succesfully sold the most part of the minis of the previous occasion, now I have to work hard to collect some new ones to show. I fell in love with the still life scenes. Here is a new one with breads and baking ingredients. Now I used both black and white background. The black is not black enough, next time I will use some other material.
My favorite things are the scale and the poppy-heads.

I think it's time to make a photo-box. But since I have only a relative cheap camera there is no way I can take better photos.
After the exhibition this scene will be available in my Etsy shop.

Apr 20, 2011

Preparation board

I piled up many heirloom tomatoes and peppers into this little scene. I paid attention to the tiniest details, like the seeds of the peppers. 

Apr 19, 2011


Forgive me my long silence, but I have so many custom orders I barely have time for anything else. It was not a complaint, I'm very happy so many people like my works! 
This little heart kuglauf is my old plan to make. My favorite piece in this little scene is the mini cake shovel.

Now back to work!

Apr 9, 2011

Easter still life in blue

So this is my new project, just in time before Easter. I love to make still life scenes. It's very exciting to pack the right shapes and colors and choose the perfect arrangement. And why in blue? Well, this color means the cleanness, the spring-cleaning for me. I tried to make everything the most lifelike. Ok, I didn't make stamens into the daffodil flowers, but forgive me this imperfection!

And at last my regular photo of relation.

This scene is on my Etsy shop now. (Hope not too long...)

Apr 7, 2011

My teeny-weeny radishes

There is shaping a secret project in my workroom planned to be ready tomorrow. These little radishes are the parts of this coming scene. The keyword is SPRING!

Apr 4, 2011

Preparing for Easter

There is a beautiful tradition in Hungary at Easter, the egg painting. There are special patterns of various area of the country. My miniature versions are not so detailed and fine as teh original pieces of the hungarian folk art, but it was the best I could do. I used very thin brush, number 000. Diameter of the bowl is 23 mm.